Here’s the sixth and last Christmas video for Holiday 2023. Watch Dave and Eric make these Santa hat photo frames. These are so easy to make. The only tool that you have to take care handling would be the hot glue gun.
Popsicle sticks, cotton balls, and pictures of your nearest and dearest. Put these all together to make Christmas decors that are unique and personal.
Other Christmas Crafts for 2023
Aside rom Santa hat photo frames, we’ve got four other video tutorials that we made just for you to give you ideas on how to dress up your home for this Christmas.
1. Stackable Christmas Tree Shelf
It’s a Christmas tree that doubles as a shelf, perfect for small spaces like studios or lofts. Visit this link to find out how Dave made his. He chose to bring out the best of wood and showcase its grain by using a deep-penetrating type of stain called Boysen Xyladecor.
2. Abstract Textured Wall
This video tutorial requires a daring and adventurous spirit, unafraid to try out color. Just do it on one accent wall. If you hate the results, you can always go back to sleek walls. But hey, life is short, so experiment and have fun doing it.
3. Advent Calendar
It may be too late for this because the usual advent calendar starts on December 1 and ends on December 24. But who cares! If you dare to consider making an abstract textured wall, this December 1 to 24 rule can be set aside for the enjoyment of whoever is the recipient of your advent calendar, either your manita/manita, or kids! I, for one, wouldn’t mind, if someone gifted me with one now. There are a few days left before Christmas. What’s not to like about getting a surprise from now till then?
4. Pine Cone Christmas Decors
Christmas reindeers, pine cone trees, and snow globes—all these you can make by watching one video tutorial. Pine cones add an organic and natural touch to (usually plastic) Christmas trees.
What’s Up Ahead
You may have finished putting up Christmas decors in your homes. If not, try your hand at any of the Christmas activities mentioned in this post.
To those who are not done with their Christmas shopping, good luck to you! With the hustle and bustle in the shops and the traffic congestions, many may turn to internet shopping. It makes sense to do that. Just make sure that the companies you order from are able to keep up with their delivery schedules.
A few more days and simbang gabi or misa de gallo starts. To those who promise to finish this novena, kudos to you. It’s really not easy to juggle this ritual with all the other Christmas activities.
Take a deep breath every time you feel rushed. And do remember the spirit of Christmas and what it means.